At the English Market in Cork City.
Jennie O’Sullivan tweetz:
A max of 60 people will be allowed into the English Market at any one time as Cork City Council confirms the market remains open for business….
No Pat the fish guy.
Earlier: One Has It
Yesterday: Gasáil Síos
In Ballycotton, east Cork, no nonsense ‘Garda Mick’ directs traffic away from the carpark for the popular cliff walk.
Hard but fair or frankly ridiculous?
Whelan’s on Wexford Street, Dublin 2, announces it is postponing all events until March 29.
Copper Face Jacks nightclub on Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, announces that is closing until March 29.
Via Copper Face Jacks
On Washington Street in Cork city.
Reardens bar and nightclub, Cork’s answer to Copper Face Jacks, writez:
“In accordance with the new directives issued by the Government and State Health Authorities, and through careful consideration and internal discussions, we have made a moral obligation to our staff and customers to close our business from 6pm today until the 29th March.
“We hope everyone the very best of luck in this strange and surreal chapter of our history. Stay Safe. Remain Calm. Help one another if you can. Look out for the ones closest to you. We will be back as soon as we can. Love & best wishes.”
Earlier: Ireland Is Closed Until March 29 [Updated]
Via Echo Live:
Organisers of this year’s Youghal St Patrick’s Day parade have cancelled the event over concerns about the current coronavirus outbreak.
It comes as the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland rises to 13, including one case in a person who does not have a history of travel to the affected areas. This patient, a male from the south of the country, is being treated at Cork University Hospital.
Youghal parade cancelled due to coronavirus concerns (Mary Corcoran, Echo Live)
Earlier: Meanwhile, At Trinity
What have we.
What have we.
What have we done to deserve this?
Lee Point student accommodation on South Main Street Brewery Quarter in Cork city
Eoin English, of The Irish Examiner, reports:
“Residents of Cork’s newest private student accommodation will pay rents of around €1,000 a month.
“Strong interest has been reported in the 420-bed Lee Point complex, which has been developed on the former Beamish and Crawford brewery site on South Main Street, and which opens for viewings this weekend.”
Beamish and Crawford site student accommodation to cost €1k a month (Eoin English, The Irish Examiner)
Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork.
Further scenes from last night’s Sinn Féin rally hosted by Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald and Sinn Féin TDs Pearse Doherty, Eoin Ó Bróin and David Cullinane.
Tonight, at Liberty Hall, Dublin 1 the party will host a second public meeting (in a series of five) at 7.30pm.
Last night: Meanwhile, In Cork
Pics via Jo
At Rochestown Park Hotel in Cork.
Members and supporters of Sinn Féin attend a rally for the party, hosted by Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald and Sinn Féin TDs Pearse Doherty, Eoin Ó Bróin and David Cullinane.
Earlier: Rallying Cry
Top pic: Fiach Kelly
Cork-based political scientist Theresa Reidy tweetz:
“Well today is the first time I’ve seen tornado show up as current weather conditions outside.”
Yesterday: Met, Wet, West